Tasty 3D Type Design by Chris LaBrooy.




If you ever need some dimensionalized type for a project, 3D artist Chris LaBrooy is your man. With a portfolio full of inspiring personal projects and commissioned work, the freelance UK designer (whose architectural typography I have shared with you in the past) is hard to beat. Take a look at some of his terrific work.

Personal Projects

A personal project experimenting with different 3D lettering techniques. Features two quotes from Sam Goldwyn: "The harder I work the luckier I get." and "Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day."





Land Of The Free (personal project):



LOVE (personal project):




Commissioned Work

Commissioned by Transport for London to create a poster illustration for their new fares campaign (for MC Saatchi, London. Art direction by Will Bates, project management Laura Pearson and agent Debut art London.):




Commissioned work for Oct 2013 Issue of Fast Company Magazine (cropped):


Commissioned work for Prudential print campaign (for Droga5):




Commissioned work to announce the new AT&T store in Chicago (for BBDO Atlanta, Art Director: Jason Duval):


Series of typographic illustrations designed for the New York summer streets festival. Produced by Leaddog marketing NYC:






This image was commissioned by readers digest magazine for there 2013 fun and games issue. Unfortunately they decided to go in an alternative direction and the image was never used:


all images courtesy of the artist

See more of his terrific work on his website.
Chris Labrooy on Behance

Chris Labrooy is represented in the US by by Debut Art: info@debutart.com
Represented in France by Florence Moll: alix@florencemoll.com

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